Monday, August 06, 2007

Leading Edge Science and the Prophets Conference

On Friday I received an email notice from the Prophets Conference about the August 10-11 Conference, "A Quest Beyond the Limits of the Ordinary," which features Rupert Sheldrake and Bruce Lipton. I recently read Bruce Lipton's Biology of Belief, and was thrilled to read his cellular biologist's explanation and discovery of what makes us cellular "spiritual beings" as energy. "A Quest Beyond the Limits of the Ordinary" is inaccurate. Our cellular structure has always been "the ordinary"! We simply haven't understood what is our "normal design."

Here is the quote included in the mailing:
"When you realize that you are creating a specific field of energy around you according to the different thoughts and emotions you are experiencing, you are on the road to taking control of the things you find in your life." Bruce Lipton

I have been writing about our chemical pattern as energy and matter for many years, including in my new (8th) book, Spirit Consciousness: Our Intelligent Design. Our thoughts and emotions are only part of our cellular energy. The other part is Nature's air, food, and water. Can any of you readers and participants at these conferences with "leading edge scientists" explain to me what it means to us to have this chemical pattern of energy? As we search for answers to inspire us and validate that we create our own reality, we are beginning to open our mind to our "hidden memories" of who we are as infinitely sensory beings. As the email I receive stated, "The path toward self-empowerment is now offered by leading edge science that is eynthesizing a grand convergence of the Body-Mind-Spirit trinity. A renaissance in cellular biology has now described the nature of the communication channels linking the mind and the body. This new science reveals how our thoughts, attitudes and beliefs control our abilities and create the experiences of our lives."

Spiritual Philosophy welcomes "new science" with the inspiration to "know thyself." We should not forget that Spiritual Philosophy has been around for thousands of years. We have ignored the truth of Spiritual Philosophy and come to depend upon science to rediscover what has been known for thousands of years by many. Just within my lifetime we have forgotten the most basic knowledge that Hippocrates (ca. 460-360 B.C.) understood very well - that the quality of our energy was dependent upon the air, food, and water that we put into our body. The cellular structure has not changed - we have lost our memory of the chemicals that our cellular structure needs to produce energy and maintain a healthy and happy life.

Seattle Dialogue with Bruce Lipton and Rupert Sheldrake

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